8th Annual OFCCP and EEOC Mid-Year Update Webinar -- A live, interactive 2-hour Webinar by John C. Fox, Esq., and Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Sr. CAAP.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Eastern) 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m. (Central) 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Mountain) 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon (Pacific)
Recent Significant Developments at the OFCCP and EEOC
John Fox and Candee Chambers will host the ever-popular Mid-Year Update on OFCCP and EEOC developments. Among the many topics they will discuss are:
OFCCP's Strategic Direction for 2018: What just happened in the FY2018 Budget signed March 23, 2018? - The implications for the number of audits and on-site audits; The OFCCP Compliance Officer Certification Program is promising; What's all the talk about "Apprenticeship Training," and why and how it relates to OFCCP? Team Trump settles into the OFCCP, although not yet at the EEOC. OFCCP's New CSALs and why they are important to understand as Team Trump's first major substantive decision. The corporate habit change needed given OFCCP's new, reinvigorated, expanded and changed Predetermination Notice. Team Obama strategic plans continue at both the OFCCP and the EEOC to probably the end of this Fiscal Year 2018 - a) Catalogue of OFCCP Strategic Plans for this FY2018, b) Catalogue of EEOC Strategic Plans for this FY2018. The two big surprises with OFCCP’s January 31, 2018, CSALs mailed February 1, 2018. OFCCP maintains “Deep Dredge” audit strategy for FY2018 - Implications for the style of OFCCP audits this year. The three False Positives OFCCP is pre-programmed to find in “Failure-To Hire” audits - What it means when defending OFCCP Failure-to-Hire audits. The three False Positives OFCCP is pre-programmed to find in compensation audits - What it means when defending OFCCP compensation audits. The future of the EEOC’s and OFCCP’s EEO-1 Report - Why the "client site" issue is important and why the EEOC punted the issue this year. The EEOC’s systemic discrimination program is surprisingly successful while still in its infancy.
John C. Fox, Esq., is the President and a founder of Fox, Wang & Morgan, P.C., in Los Gatos, California. Mr. Fox leads large and complex litigation matters in state and federal courts, in cases involving wage-hour and discrimination class actions, trade secret claims, employment contract disputes, wrongful termination, corporate investigations, and the use of statistics in employment matters. He is considered one of the country’s foremost experts on affirmative action matters. For more information on Mr. Fox, please click here.
Candee Chambers, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, SR. CAAP, is the Executive Director of DirectEmployers, responsible for not only leading a team of over 50 people, but also for the continual development of the OFCCP compliance and recruitment marketing solutions for Members of the Association. As a passionate advocate for HR practitioners and the compliance challenges they face as government contractors, Candee previously served as the Association’s VP of Compliance and Partnerships where she oversaw the creation of strategic partnerships with a multitude of organizations, and managed the relationship with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) which includes the joint-initiative, National Labor Exchange (NLx). In addition to her daily responsibilities, Candee provides guidance to Members, and speaks extensively across the United States on compliance matters related to Affirmative Action regulations, plan development, outreach responsibilities and employee selection, while also working to develop and provide training to HR compliance and staffing professionals on all areas of affirmative action compliance. With a background in recruitment, HRIS analysis and affirmative action management, Candee often shares trusted guidance and advice at Affirmative Action-related conferences, regional ILG meetings and National ILG Conferences. Her depth of knowledge has led her to become a faculty member for the National Employment Law Institute’s (NELI) Affirmative Action program series where she presents alongside top employment law professionals.
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